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Thanks for the update. Glad to know, you like AP1 over AP2....I'm still waiting for the 2018.12 update and new maps for my 2016 Model X, but I recently got both for my 2014 Model S. So it's definitely coming. As for AP1, it's reached the limit of what the hardware is capable of. That's not a bad thing as I still prefer AP1 to AP2.
Maybe not true. At the time AP1 appeared MobileEye was seeing stop signs but Tesla’s implementation did not expose that ability to the user. Tesla and MobileEye parted ways before this feature could be added.As for AP1, it's reached the limit of what the hardware is capable of.
Maybe not true. At the time AP1 appeared MobileEye was seeing stop signs but Tesla’s implementation did not expose that ability to the user. Tesla and MobileEye parted ways before this feature could be added.
the latest update i noticed that the audio controls for bass, mid, etc..now only go to 8 not 11. oh and my audio did the funny noise thing again which forced me to reboot the center stack..Given Tesla's software practices over the nearly three years I have had my car, I doubt we will see much if any changes to AP1. They are too busy doing the next "big thing." The resources were obviously working mostly on Model 3 for quite a while. The next major task may be Model Y, the Semi, or the Roadster (or all three). I know they have promised new navigation and so on, but where is the new browser software they promised -- what, a year or so ago? The audio problems have been a sore point for every owner of all models, for years -- and yet Tesla has yet to focus enough attention on that system to make any meaningful improvement. (Some might even argue that it has gotten worse.)
Tesla is not unique in this regard. Most software vendors I have worked with have always been focused on the latest product, and mostly did little or nothing on legacy products.
Really? i thought that was only for AP2 cars, at least the Autopilot-related changes. In any case we do not have it yet. So, maybe something to look forward to.
im on 2018.12 with AP1, can confirm they made changes. feels a lot smoother now in terms of stopping/going and lane changing(not as aggressive). i like it